FW: Voodoo Plant

Jeremy J. Bruhl jbruhl at METZ.UNE.EDU.AU
Fri Apr 24 09:20:43 CDT 1998


Hi

Who has an idea on this one. Ah the joys of common names...Almost reads like sweet potato, but that common name is not in my books!

Cheers
Jeremy

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>Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 15:10:34 -0700
>From:  Tina McCoy <tmccoy at iea.com>
>Reply-To: tmccoy at iea.com
>Organization: City of Post Falls
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>To:    botany at metz.une.edu.au
>Subject:       (no subject)
>Status:
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>I am hoping someone within your organization might have an answer to a
>"plant" question I have.
>I was gifted with a bulb I was told was a Voodoo Plant. According to the
>instructions you do not plant or water the bulb. Simply place the bulb
>in a sunny location and watch it grow.  The bulb is about the size of a
>tennis ball and has a skin texture and color similar to a white potato.
>It has one shoot coming from the center that is purple.
>I would really like to know what this is and where it came from.
>Can you assist me?
>Thank you for any help or direction you might give.
>
>Tina McCoy
>7400 E Hauser Lake Road
>Post Falls  ID  83854
>tmccoy at iea.com
>




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